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Green Data Center : Reviews And Challenges.

Author(s) Kaustav Dey, Suralina Roy Chowdhury, Puspita Bera, Chandi Pani
Country India
Abstract Data is undoubtedly the currency of the 21st century. The data that we are providing to or retrieving from the users has a very important role to play in the evolution of services in both the computing and non-computing spheres. Various internet services, such as web hosting, e-commerce, and Social Networking, find their roots in the Data centers. With the ever-increasing concerns about carbon emissions, reliance on non-renewable energy resources, and energy consumption by the cooling systems in conventional Data centers, it is imperative to shift our focus to newer, greener, and cleaner technologies that will aim to reduce the overall carbon footprint, technologies that will reduce energy consumption, and the integration of renewable energy resources into the existing setup. There are several studies that have highlighted challenges regarding the adoption of technologies in the hardware and software domains and the standardization of performance metrics, which are generally used to study trends in energy consumption and net emissions and, therefore, assess the sustainability and efficiency of Data center operations. This shift to Green Data centers will certainly involve both standardized performance metrics, effective strategies to reduce energy consumption, and the integration of renewable energy resources to reduce the carbon footprint. Furthermore, we are going to discuss data center network architecture that will make our future Green Data centers scalable, fault-tolerant, agile, and energy efficient. This paper reviews various strategies for designing an efficient data center, ways to incorporate renewable energy resources, standardization and benchmarking of performance metrics, and optimizing the cooling systems to improve energy efficiency. Finally, we are going to outline the future directions and opportunities for further research and innovation.
Keywords Data Centers, Performance Metrics, Challenges, Cooling Systems, Architecture, Energy Resources.
Field Computer > Data / Information
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-03-25
Cite This Green Data Center : Reviews And Challenges. - Kaustav Dey, Suralina Roy Chowdhury, Puspita Bera, Chandi Pani - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15587
DOI https://doi.org/10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.15587
Short DOI https://doi.org/gtn3vt

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